17:50 | China’s foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang dismisses rumors that the government would call in the Chinese military to clear the protests. Protesters are pushed back along Harcourt Road.
17:35 | Commissioner of Hong Kong Police Steven Lo Wai-chung has confirmed that police have used a “range of weapons” to suppress protests in the city center, including rubber bullets. Citizens are recommended not to enter the Admiralty area.
16:40 | There are now unconfirmed reports that a protester was hurt in the face by a rubber bullet fired into the crowd. We are trying to obtain any kind of verification.
4:30 p.m. | Police fired tear gas and pepper spray at protestors in an effort to disperse the protest against the China extradition bill, according to CNN.